[rent-stey-buh-lahyzd] /ˈrɛntˌsteɪ bəˌlaɪzd/
adjective, (of housing)
regulated by law so that rent increases may not exceed a specified amount.
noun 1. a temporary, organized refusal by tenants, as of an apartment building, to pay their rent, as in protest over inadequate services.
noun, English Furniture. 1. a drum table of the 18th century, having six drawers and originally used by landlords to keep rent money and papers pertaining to their estates.
noun 1. a numeral or group of numerals. 2. the sum, total, count, or aggregate of a collection of units, or the like: A number of people were hurt in the accident. The number of homeless children in the city has risen alarmingly. 3. a word or symbol, or a combination of words or symbols, […]
verb (used with object), numerated, numerating. 1. to represent numbers by symbols. 2. enumerate (def 2). adjective 3. able to use or understand numerical techniques of mathematics. adjective (ˈnjuːmərɪt) 1. able to use numbers, esp in arithmetical operations Compare literate verb (transitive) (ˈnjuːməˌreɪt) 2. to read (a numerical expression) 3. a less common word for […]